Tavernspite School Governing Body - 

Corff Llywodraethol Ysgol Tafarnspite

A federated Governing Body exists for both Tavernspite and Templeton School. The two schools were formally federated in April 2016 and work together colloboratively. This federation has been so successful that it was the subject of an Estyn best practice research project on fededration arranegements in 2016. The governing body is made up of governors from both schools.

The Governing Body meets regularly and comprises a number of sub committees, e.g. finance, buildings, curriculum, appointments, performance management, complaints etc. 

Estyn Report 2012 ‘Governors support the school very effectively. They are very well informed about the school’s strengths and areas for improvement and provide appropriate challenge. Governors take an effective part in setting the school’s vision and strategic direction and in the development of improvement planning.’

The Annual Report

The Governing Body’s Annual Report is circulated to all parents and clearly details the developments that have taken place throughout the school over the previous academic year.

PLEASE CLICK ON  A RECENT ANNUAL REPORT
Annual Report 2015 - 2016
Annual Report 2014 - 2015

Members of the Governing Body

Chair of Governors

Mr Nick Davies (Chairperson)

Headteacher Representative
Mr Kevin Phelps

Local Authority Representatives
Dr Barry Walters (Vice Chair) 
Cllr Elwyn Morse

Cllr David Simpson

Community Representatives
Mrs Teresa Ambrose
Mrs Julianna Bransden
Mrs Nicola Merriman
Mrs Olwyn Phillips
Mrs Jackie Sansom
 
Parent Governors
Mr Chris Ebsworth
Mr Lee Morgan
Mr Peter Morgan
Mr Dafydd Owen
  
Staff Representatives
Mrs Lisa Jenkins
Mrs Cass Rees

Teacher Representatives
Mrs Cara Edwards
Mr Richard Henton

Non-opted Members
Mrs Sarah Arthur
Mr Adam Lopez

In the front entrance of the school is a framed photograph with accompanying name and position labels of all members of the Governing Body.

It’s worth taking a look at these photos to familiarise yourself with the governors.

School Prospectus
Estyn Report

Estyn Comments

The school provides a good range of high-quality learning experiences for pupils that enhance their education.

The school's commitment to using the outdoors to improve pupils’ learning and  wellbeing is outstanding.

The quality of care, support and guidance is excellent.

Forthcoming Events

Book Fair Week - Monday 27th February 2017

Sector Leading Health Promoting School National Quality Award Sector Leading and Outstanding Practice as an Outdoor School Platinum Eco-Schools Award - Welsh Eco-School of the Year First Fairtrade Primary School in Pembrokeshire ICT Quality Mark Winner of the Advanced International Schools Award Quality Standard Award

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